James Anderson: The King of Swing

Fluffy white clouds. Non-alcoholic beer. Dalai Lama. Ladybirds. Mitchell Johnson. Jimmy Anderson used to be less threatening than all of these creatures combined. Muhammad Ali once said: “Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee.” Sadly, thanks to a dud fortune cookie...

Cheteshwar Pujara: India’s Great White Hope

CHETESHWAR PUJARA [IND]– After stroking a match-winning fourth-innings knock on debut versus Australia in October 2010, the world finally found out what a select few had been saying for years – that Pujara is going to be the next great Indian batsman. Boldly...

Michael Clarke: An Australian Captain For The 21st Century

Michael Clarke is a divisive figure. In the ‘Simon Katich camp’ you have those that would happily get to grips with Pup’s neck over a song (rumours that that altercation was due to Clarke skipping tracks past Aqua’s Barbie Girl, a Katich favourite, are...

Kumar Sangakkara: My Favourite Cricketer

KUMAR Sangakkara’s achievements on the field are pretty spectacular. He has scored more Test centuries than Sir Don Bradman, played in over one hundred Test matches, and has captained his side to a World Cup final. Among his many credentials Sangakkara is the...